LESSON FOUR: WHO SEES THE ART? (PRINTMAKING OPTION)
Students identify the intended viewers of visual materials found around the school and neighborhood. The teacher shares information and leads a discussion about the patrons and intended viewers of Chicana/o and earlier prints.
4th - 7th Science 3 Views 0 Downloads
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